As Sydney tries to adjust herself after the death of five CIA agents during the last mission in Badenweiler, she and Dixon are sent to London to snatch a FTL decoder so SD-6 can use by a cell sample from someone's DNA to create a code on identity cards. Sydney then goes to Romania to try to talk to the father of a murdered agent, not realizing the horror that awaits her. Jack gets transfered to the SD-6 offices to take a major role in the ops mission. Meanwhile, Will continues to investigate the mysterious Kate Jones, whose real name is Eloise Kurtz, who refuses to tell Will of her association with Danny. Francine continues to deal with her boyfriend Charlie who finally clears the air over his mystery woman, that he plays in a band with her. Written by
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The song playing during the funeral part has the same melody as the choir sung version of the Finlandia-hymn composed by the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. This hymn is one of the most important songs embodying the spirit of independent Finland, and rivals the country's national anthem in importance. See more
Eloise Kurtz says over the phone her car is not working to Will Tippin. Will then says he knows of a great mechanic if it would help her out. They then set up a time to meet in person at her place without Will giving her information on the mechanic. When Will goes to her place to talk to her at the specified time though her place is cleaned out and there is no trace of her.
In a following episode though his mechanic friend calls Will to tell him his "friend" dropped off her car, but has never came back to pick it up. He never gave her any information on any mechanic. This plot hole allows for a set up for a main part of the entire series. See more
Jack will no longer be working out of Jennings Aerospace. His assignment there is complete. As of today, he will be working here with a cover as portfolio manager for Credit Dauphine. This way, he can more actively participate in the planning and execution of missions.
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